Plans are afoot to set up 20 vehicle scrap centres once the government finalises its vehicle scrapping policy that proposes to scrap 20-year old commercial vehicles, a steel ministry official said on Thursday.
Also, the ministry plans to formulate a steel scrap policy by the end of this year.
“Our scrap policy is absolutely now at a final stage and the Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways is coming up with end of life cycle policy for commercial vehicles…so we are going to
have 20 such (vehicle scrap) centres,” Steel Secretary Aruna Sharma said on Thursday.
The proposed vehicle scrapping policy for mandatory disposal of more than 20-year old commercial vehicles will go for the Cabinet nod soon. Read More
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